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Are you an elementary music teacher? Maybe you’re worn out, overwhelmed, or feel like it gets harder each year. Hi, I’m Jessica, and it’s my passion to help elementary music teachers, just like you, figure out your unique teaching style. In this podcast, I'll share helpful tips and strategies, work-home life balance tips, and mindset blocks, while helping give you the motivation you need to gain momentum in your teaching so you can continue being the music teacher rock star you already are. ...
 
Dopo una riflessione durata centotrentadue anni e qualche giorno, Sherlock Holmes ha deciso di smentire Watson sulla propria (presunta) ignoranza in materia di lettere. Elementary è un podcast che raccoglie le sue indagini preliminari su editing, scrittura e letteratura. È breve, ad alta digeribilità, ed esce ogni lunedì.
 
Students will integrate teaching-learning theories as they apply to problems which occur in the classroom situations in which the student teacher or intern is working. Prerequisite: Admission II or applied for Admission II and concurrent enrollment in Elementary Education 400 and 401.
 
Teaching Languages Arts Pre-K-8 This course is planned for you to study teaching language arts, to provide practice using instructional materials, and to learn about evaluation strategies likely to enhance communication of all learners. An integrated and constructivist approach to reading, writing, speaking, listening, language study and language diversity will be provided. Prerequisite: Elementary Education 201, Educational Foundations 380 (may be taken concurrently) and Admission I.
 
Bite-size Taiwanese is a podcast giving you a taste of real, everyday Taiwanese. Co-hosts Phil & Alan will guide you through the ins and outs of the Taiwanese language (Southern Min/Hokkien) with light-hearted, fun (and sometimes funny) conversations on how it’s used in Taiwan. The Elementary podcast is geared towards those who already have a background in the language and expands on useful, commonly heard phrases. Listen to our other podcasts: Bite-size | Newbie, Bite-size | Pronounce it li ...
 
The National Association of Elementary School Principals and BAM Radio Network have partnered to bring you NAESP Radio. Executive Director Earl L. Franks, Ed.D., CAEhosts the program that will focus on the topics you really care about. Each brief segment of NAESP Radio will help keep abreast of the latest developments in the field.
 
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In a 45 minute class period, it's easy to feel stuck when trying to figure out what to do with your students throughout the class time. Of course, there are a lot of factors to consider including if you see your students more or less than 45 minutes, what your teaching situation is like, and also the unique needs of your different classes. Whatever…
 
Teaching on a cart is something many music teachers find themselves doing at one point in their career. There are a lot of questions surrounding on a cart teaching and I'm so excited to have Amy Walworth on the podcast to help answer them. In this episode, she breaks down her experience in teaching on a cart including: why she likes it what's hard …
 
Every year, I do a recap episode to reflect back on the episodes recorded and to share some of my favorite moments. 2021 was a fantastic year for the podcast and I'm so excited to keep this show going and to continue bringing on guests and creating solo episodes that meet you where you're at. Happy New Year and may this be the best year ever! Find …
 
What is a mission statement and why do you need one as a music teacher? When you do goal setting and really strive to reach those goals, it’s what keeps you motivated to keep going. Maybe it’s been a while since you’ve thought about goals or you’ve never really done anything like this besides your teaching philosophy you had to think through in col…
 
In this episode, I want to give you 5 steps that will help you to find renewal before you head back to school after Winter break. Let go of unrealistic expectations put on you by others or yourself Process through the successes and struggles you’ve had so far this school year Think about what you'd like to improve upon going forward Consider how or…
 
Being an empowered educator means that you notice how you're feeling, and are therefore able to take a deep breath and focus. A lot of times you don't have your feelings validated, which is so hard. In this episode, Jen Rafferty does a great job of explaining what an empowered educator is, why this is her mission in helping teachers, and how refocu…
 
If you aren't aware by now, I'm beyond passionate about serving, mentoring, and coaching elementary music teachers. With that said, I've been doing not only group coaching, but 1-on-1 coaching with some of my HARMONY members. I wanted to share this coaching call with one of the music teachers in the membership for you to get advice and strategies a…
 
George and Alison are joined by Kat, Jason, and Aaron to discuss part two of Elementary season one finale. Episode logline: While recovering from his gun shot wounds, Holmes eschews painkillers while working on a case of a Greek shipping magnate - involving an assassination and currency manipulation - before his final showdown with Moriarty. Social…
 
Working with English Language Learners in the music room can feel intimidating, yet rewarding at the same time. How can you teach music to student who speak a different language than you? What are ways you can communicate and help them progress in the music room? In this episode, we'll talk all about that including: the best strategies for connecti…
 
We watched Season 4 Episode 15: I Love Lisa! A Valentines Day romp where Ralph Wiggum choo choo chooses Lisa with disastrous consequences. Bok loves that chalky chalky love heart candy and still bites her nails, Claire was a nosepicker as a kid and loves Killer Pythons. Both took time to reflect on slash retraumatise themselves with childhood and t…
 
Teaching right now is hard. There are no ifs, ands, or buts about it. Although things are going back to "normal", they're not quite there yet. So what do we do? How can you move forward? In this episode, I'm going to talk to you about reframing the way you view thankfulness and gratitude. It’s not going to be sunshine, unicorns, and rainbows all th…
 
George and Alison have assembled a round table of former guests to discuss Elementary's two-part season finale. Episode logline: Holmes reconnects with Irene, his one true love that he thought had been taken from him by Moriarity. He tries to protect her as she recovers from her trauma but he soon learns that it isn't she that needs protection. Soc…
 
In this podcast episode, I'll talk about what to know about students lining up to leave the music room. Every class time will look different and will change according to what you're doing with your students and what grade level is leaving your room. But, the ideas I share in this episode will help you to get your students lined up and ready to leav…
 
What does it mean to deconstruct a music standard? It can be overwhelming having objectives, deciding what quarter to teach them in, lesson planning to teach the objectives, and knowing if you're doing it "right." In this episode, I break down step by step how to deconstruct a standard to help you move forward in your music classroom. Read this blo…
 
George and Alison are joined by our first self-proclaimed fan, listener Sarah McCracken, to discuss Elementary's 22nd episode. Episode logline: Moriarty asks Holmes to find out who murdered a mechanic in Brooklyn. Despite Watson's protests, Holmes thinks this case will help him uncover Moriarty's true identity, but it will, in fact, lead Holmes to …
 
What does decolonizing music education look like? Are there steps you can take to make sure you're making your music classroom equitable for every student who comes through your doors? In this episode, I brought on Giuliana Conti to discuss this with me. The advice she shares throughout the entire episode is awesome and you'll get practical tips yo…
 
If you aren't aware by now, I'm beyond passionate about serving, mentoring, and coaching elementary music teachers. With that said, I've been doing not only group coaching, but 1-on-1 coaching with some of my HARMONY members. I wanted to share this coaching call with one of the music teachers in the membership for you to get advice and strategies a…
 
George and Alison are joined by Niall and Jonfen of the Bat Minute podcast to discuss Elementary's 21st episode. Episode logline: A man connected to the classification of a valuable building as a landmark trust dies when his pacemaker is deliberately short circuited. Holmes soon learns the one behind the murder is an old nemesis known to him only a…
 
As an elementary music teacher, you bring drama into what you're already doing with your students, whether you realize it or not. As you put on performances, do movement activities, read stories with action words, and create different sounds, you're integrating drama. I'm so excited for the conversation I had with Deb Baldwin in this episode about …
 
Are you struggling with feelings of being left out or lonely? I know I sure have. In fact, I've gone through some anxiety and stress the past two months and know others have as well from conversations I've had. If this is you too, then I recorded this episode just for you. During this episode, I talk about how to move past the feelings of being lef…
 
George and Alison are joined by Neil Brown of The Mogwai Minute to discuss Elementary's 20th episode. Episode logline: A blackmailer uses tapes of underage girls to get money from their fathers. When Holmes witnesses the blackmailer's murder, it becomes a race to find out who his accomplice is and prevent the videos from being released on the Inter…
 
Diversity in music education is so important. Making your classroom equitable starts with you first... understanding who you are, what your knowledge is, and where the holes are. In this conversation with Nate Holder, we discuss: why it's important to learn and to keep relearning the importance of helping students to see themselves in your music cl…
 
Have you wanted to bring centers into your elementary music classroom but you're just not sure how? In this episode, we'll go over simple ways you can begin doing centers with your students. These include: Boomwhacker melodies Student devices Listening activities Using keyboards Recorder or mallet instruments Music games and activities Read the blo…
 
George and Alison are joined by actor and filmmaker Jordan Maranto, to discuss Elementary's 19th episode. Episode logline: In the middle of a winter storm, Holmes and Watson must solve the murder of a guard during a botched robbery and unravel the killer's true plan. The pair also get an interesting new roommate. Social Media: Elementary My Dears o…
 
What if I told you that you can step into being a leader in your school building and amongst your peers as the music teacher? You have the advantage of teaching every child or each grade level, know how to adapt lessons on the fly, and can deconstruct a standard to reach the different ages of learners. Not only that, you're great at getting the une…
 
In this podcast episode, I'll talk about what to know about students entering the music room. Honestly, when you set yourself AND your students up for success before they even step foot into your classroom, your class time will run smoother than ever. Throughout the episode, I discuss: The importance of meeting your students at the door Doing body …
 
George and Alison are joined by Marisha Johnson of the Black Alert Podcast, to discuss Elementary's 18th episode. Episode logline: Watson works a case on her own about a woman who has disappeared while Holmes deals with a subway murder. As they work their separate cases they gradually appear to be connected, even though they can't determine exactly…
 
While working with students with exceptional needs, you'll encounter students who deal with behavioral challenges. It's so tough as the music teacher knowing how to best work with these students and to stay patient in the process. In this episode, Dr. Erin Parkes discusses how to take an empathy based approach to the behavioral challenges you may e…
 
Maybe you've wanted to start a side hustle or sell some products or services, but you're not quite sure how. I remember starting out and having all of the questions and no idea how to figure out the answers. In this episode, I'll break down the first steps to consider while pursuing your edupreneur dreams. Some of these tips may be strategies you'v…
 
George and Alison are joined by Rick and Julia of the Mad Max Minute podcast to discuss Elementary's 17th episode. Episode logline: A wealthy scientist comes to Holmes with a unique case: he believes he has been "poisoned" with a genetic disorder. Holmes has to determine how a healthy person can be contaminated with a genetic disease that no one in…
 
What is a student-centered classroom? How exactly does it empower your music students? In today's episode, Theresa and I talk about these exact topics and help provide you with strategies to move forward with implementing ideas into your classroom. Theresa is a Google for Education Certified Trainer and Innovator, frequently working with teachers t…
 
Personal development for teachers is an important topic, to help you in both your teacher life and for your students. A lot of times the focus is on professional development only, and personal development for teachers is forgotten about. It's important that you know how much you matter as a person, and not just a teacher. Then, show that person to …
 
This week we're joined by comedian Amanda Cohen to discuss Elementary's sixteenth episode. Episode Logline: Detective Bell is nearly killed while driving home one night. A just-released felon is the first suspect but, when he's killed, suspicion moves to Bell's brother who, unlike the dedicated detective, has lived life on the wrong side of the law…
 
George and Alison are joined by comedic actor and host of the podcast, Library Hours, Reed Brice to discuss Elementary's 15th episode. Episode logline: Holmes' former drug supplier comes to him for help to find his kidnapped daughter. He agrees to help him despite Watson's protests. When Holmes appears stymied, the former dealer encourages Holmes t…
 
Whether you already taught in person last school year or you'll be headed back into your building this school year, there's a lot of fear, uncertainty, and unknowns facing not only you, but your students too. In this episode, I'll address some thing to think through as you head into the new school year. We'll discuss: How music class may feel new t…
 
There are so many mindset beliefs music teachers deal with on a daily basis. In this episode, I'm going to tackle the 3 I hear mentioned the most. Today, we're going to talk about the thoughts: "I'm not good enough..." "I feel like giving up..." "My students are behind..." The doors to HARMONY are officially open, but hurry because doors close tomo…
 
We watched S04 E14: Brother From Another Planet! Homer and Bart get Big Brothers/Little Brothers, Lisa is obsessed with calling the Corey Hotline. Both talk first crushes: Bok's was Devon Sawa, and Claire had a crush on Jeremy Sumpter and used to kiss the DVD cover of Peter Pan, and Bok laughs about that for a full 10 seconds and stands by the deci…
 
Alison and George are joined by comic and screenwriter Aaron Smith to discuss Elementary's 14th episode. Episode logline: A convicted killer who is supposed to donate a kidney to his sister ends up killing the surgical staff before escaping. Holmes is forced to work with a profiler (whom he can't stand) because she supposedly can predict what he wi…
 
Have you felt stuck or supported as a music teacher? In this episode, I brought in Taylor Middleton to talk about her journey as a music teacher and how she's found the support she needs. What you need won't look the same as any other music teacher and it's important to identify what that looks like for you. As you listen in today, you'll hear Tayl…
 
In this episode, you'll hear from 15 music teachers who all have different stories to share. That's what so cool about meeting elementary music teachers... everyone's story is different. You'll hear what struggles each teacher faced and what they've gotten from being in the HARMONY membership. While listening in, you'll be able to connect with a st…
 
George and Alison are joined by comedian, drag artist, and TikTok sensation, Christopher Ryan Stamey, to discuss Elementary's 13th episode. Episode logline: Holmes discovers a man running an internet conspiracy site is dead. As he follows the chain of clues, he becomes aware of the "Red Team" and the trail leads him further down the rabbit hole tha…
 
Do you view professional development as only earning PD hours and enough credits just to get by? What if I told you it was about so much more than that. In this episode, let's talk about how you can reframe the way you view professional development and what my favorite way to do that is. Read the blog post that goes hand in hand with this episode r…
 
Hi, and welcome to my podcast, elementary particles for dummies! You can listen to my podcast on my website, https://www.elementaryparticlesfordummies.buzzsprout.com, or on these podcasting sites: Apple Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher Pandora TuneIn + Alexa Podcast Addict Podchaser Pocket Casts Deezer Listen Notes Player FM Podcast Index you…
 
Hi, and welcome to my podcast, elementary particles for dummies! You can listen to my podcast on my website, https://www.elementaryparticlesfordummies.buzzsprout.com, or on these podcasting sites: Apple Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher Pandora TuneIn + Alexa Podcast Addict Podchaser Pocket Casts Deezer Listen Notes Player FM Podcast Index you…
 
Hi, and welcome to my podcast, elementary particles for dummies! You can listen to my podcast on my website, https://www.elementaryparticlesfordummies.buzzsprout.com, or on these podcasting sites: Apple Podcasts Spotify Amazon Music Stitcher Pandora TuneIn + Alexa Podcast Addict Podchaser Pocket Casts Deezer Listen Notes Player FM Podcast Index you…
 
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